Amina has a Ph.D. with distinction in Pavement Materials and Geotechnical Engineering from the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM after finishing her Masters from University of Akron, OH. Her research focuses on the fatigue damage and healing ability of asphalt binder and recycled asphalt materials. Currently, she is working as a Pavement and Geotechnical Engineer at Arias & Associates, Inc. She has worked on two NMDOT projects titled “Mechanical and Rheological RAP Characterization of NMDOT Mixes” and "Evaluation of Plus Grades of Performance Graded (PG) Asphalt Binder (Phase-II)". She was the first recipient of Elvidio Diniz scholarship in 2015 and Asphalt Pavement Association of New Mexico Asphalt Industry Scholarship in 2016.
“Influence of Moisture Conditioning on Healing of Asphalt Binders"
Construction and Building Materials – Elsevier
APANM Best Poster Award Recipient
Asphalt Pavement Association of New Mexico (APANM)